crafty sometimes


truebluemeandyou:

DIY Best Flip Flop Makeover Tutoial fom Free Series here. I don’t post many flip flop DIYs because most of them look uncomfotable but this restyle looks wearable, on trend and easy to make.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Best Flip Flop Makeover Tutoial fom Free Series here. I don’t post many flip flop DIYs because most of them look uncomfotable but this restyle looks wearable, on trend and easy to make.

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listoflifehacks:

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truebluemeandyou:

diychristmascrafts:
DIY 2 Ingredient Air Dry Clay Recipe and Tutorial from Creature Comforts. Lots of tips at the link for making this DIY turn out correctly. All you need is baking soda, cornstarch and water. 

truebluemeandyou:

diychristmascrafts:

DIY 2 Ingredient Air Dry Clay Recipe and Tutorial from Creature Comforts. Lots of tips at the link for making this DIY turn out correctly. All you need is baking soda, cornstarch and water. 

— 1 week ago with 480 notes

explorehandmade:

DIY Bubble Watercolor Paper

Bubble watercolor paper is a really simple DIY that frequently comes in handy when you are in a pinch or when you want to make something prettier with little artistic talent and time. Need a greeting card on the fly? Don’t have extra wrapping paper around the house to wrap a gift? Bubble watercolor paper is to the rescue for me every time. Simply keep some bubble mix on hand with one or more wands.

Start by mixing some watercolors with the bubble mix in separate containers (food coloring also works very well). Then, simply blow the bubbles on to some harder stock paper. For watercolor painting projects generally, I think Strathmore’s watercolor paper is particularly good. If you get a few larger drops on the paper, you can just blot quickly with a tissue, and it only adds to the design.

You definitely don’t need to be an artist to create this dreamy, pretty paper, and it is an excellent DIY that has innumerable applications. For example, last night I wanted to make a quick thank you card for a friend that I was seeing bright and early in the morning. With some bubble watercoloring and stamps, I had a card in hand in fifteen minutes. I also love making monthly calendars with this technique and displaying them on my desk. What kinds of projects would you do using this technique? 

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— 2 weeks ago with 1353 notes
amazinginterior:

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Recycle Cereal Boxes into These Wonderful Organizers 

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If you need an idea to organize your magazines, books and files then turn all those cereal boxes into wonderful organizers that you usually throw away in trash. To make an organizer simply mark and cut a cereal box as shown. After that cover it with printed paper with the help of glue. Glue as many units as you require and create an organizer.

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This idea can be great for your kid’s study desk or home office.

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You can also use these organizers for your bookshelf. Wish you an enjoyable crafting time!

amazinginterior:

New Post has been published on http://www.amazinginteriordesign.com/recycle-cereal-boxes-wonderful-organizers/

Recycle Cereal Boxes into These Wonderful Organizers

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If you need an idea to organize your magazines, books and files then turn all those cereal boxes into wonderful organizers that you usually throw away in trash. To make an organizer simply mark and cut a cereal box as shown. After that cover it with printed paper with the help of glue. Glue as many units as you require and create an organizer.

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This idea can be great for your kid’s study desk or home office.

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Image via: flickr

You can also use these organizers for your bookshelf. Wish you an enjoyable crafting time!

— 2 weeks ago with 91 notes